Reconstructing the past: when intangible heritage meets scientific practice
Asian Indian Celebrations of Ethnicity: Perspectives from the Mid-western United States
Linking the Present with the Past through Intangible Heritage in History Museums
De Luca’s Restaurant in Pittsburgh on a Sunday morning.
A memorial in the sidewalk marks the spot where Cecilia Viñas and Hugo Penino lived and were kidnapped and ‘disappeared’ by Argentina’s military dictatorship on July 13, 1997. About 250 victims of oppression have been similarily commemorated by the organisation Barrios X Memoria y Justicia.
One of the family chapels of Tolimán: 18th century wall paintings and contemporary stewards.
The Peña Bernal, one of the defining natural features of the Otomi-Chichimeca region.
The section of the exhibition that featured stories about the traditions observed by communities that border the turnpike.
A general illustration for the exhibition.
An image of the sideboard whose drawers represented different family traditions and displayed foodstuffs, spices, and utensils used in the preparation or consumption of each.
The section of the exhibition that juxtaposed a TV tray and frozen dinner with a TV showing movie and television excepts of family dinners and raised issues relating to the viability of the family dinner in contemporary society.
A photograph of "the pile" as the debris at the World Trade Center site was called by the rescue workers as well as a hard hat and boots given to the Historical Society's historian during the oral history interview she did with one of the workers.
A photograph of a group of the first responders from New Jersey, volunteers who answered the call for help at the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11th.
This one depicts the introductory area of our "Teenage New Jersey" exhibition.
The section of the exhibition that displayed photos and told stories relating to the chow mein noodles sold to benefit the Japanese community's Buddhist temple in Seabrook, New Jersey.